Polishing is often a misunderstood and intimidating step in the detailing process. It's unlike waxing because with polishing you must work the polish in and break down the abrasives in order for it to work effectively. This is done by using friction and/or heat. Whereas with waxing, you are applying a layer of protection on top of the paint, so there is no need to work the wax in.
When a polish is worked in properly it will either round the edges of the scratches/swirls stopping the light from reflecting off of it or remove a minute layer of paint where the imperfection was. The amount of paint that is removed depend on the aggressiveness of the polish, pad and machine used.
Take a look below at our comprehensive polishes and other products that AB's Gloves and Abrasives offers in this section. If you can't find what you want or have questions, call us at 1.888.651.7263 or email us at email@example.com today!